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Ann Elizabeth Montgomery, Stephen Metraux, Dennis Culhane
During recent years, the need to consider effective and innovative ways to prevent and end homelessness among individuals with serious mental illness has been abetted by an increased and more sophisticated understanding of the composition of the...
Stephen R. Poulin, Marcella Maguire, Stephen Metraux, Dennis P. Culhane
Recent research has demonstrated how persons with serious mental illness who are chronically homeless incur substantial service use costs. Services examined include homelessness services (shelter and outreach), general health care, mental health...
Dennis P. Culhane , Stephen Metraux, Thomas Byrne
Prevention has long been cited as an important part of any strategy to end homelessness. Nonetheless, effective prevention initiatives have proven difficult to implement in practice. The lack of a prevention-oriented policy framework has resulted in...
Dennis P. Culhane, Stephen Metraux, Thomas Byrne, Magdi Stino, Jay Bainbridge
Amidst concern about the implications of an aging U.S. population, recent evidence suggests that there is a unique aging trend among the homeless population. Building on this, we use data from New York City and from the last three decennial Census...
Dennis P. Culhane, Stephen Metraux, Jung Min Park, Maryanne Schretzman & Jesse Valente
This study tests a typology of family homelessness based on patterns of public shelter utilization and examines whether family characteristics are associated with those patterns. The results indicate that a substantial majority of homeless families...
Jamison D. Fargo, Emily Brignone, Stephen Metraux, Rachel Peterson, Marjorie E. Carter, Tyson Barrett, Miland Palmer, Andrew Redd
Many dynamics in the relationship among military service-related disabilities, health care benefits, mental health disorders, and post-deployment homelessness among US Veterans are not well understood. This study saught to determine whether Veterans...